WSJ reporter Tracy to cover tech policy
Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan Tracy is now covering technology policy.
He previously has been writing about the officials in charge of overseeing Wall Street, focusing on bank regulation and systemic risk, explaining and investigating actions by the Federal Reserve Board, Treasury Department, Comptroller of the Currency, Financial Stability Oversight Council, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and other agencies.
He has been at the Journal since December 2010. He originally spent two years covering energy and environmental policy for the paper.
Before that, Tracy worked at Newsweek magazine and at the Times of Trenton, New Jersey.
He’s a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.